November 2017 Archives

The difference between misdemeanors and felonies

It does not matter if one lives in Colorado or elsewhere, various crimes are treated differently. When it comes to the kind of charges one will face, the details of the alleged crime will make all the difference in whether a person is charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. What is the difference between misdemeanors and felonies?

Hundreds of people arrested for DUI over Halloween weekend

Over Halloween weekend, law enforcement officers in Colorado arrested nearly 400 people for driving under the influence. These people were identified during a scheduled  DUI enforcement period -- something the state is known to do around any holiday. This year showed a 15 percent increase in DUI-related arrests around Halloween compared to the previous year.

How does plea negotiation work?

Sometimes, fighting for criminal charges to be dismissed may not be in one's best interests. Plea negotiation may actually be the way to go. Colorado residents who stand accused of crimes will have to make the decision for themselves, but to do so, it is important to understand what plea negotiation can do.

Criminal conviction for cyberbullying? Yes, it's possible

Cyberbullying is a problem in Colorado and across the United States. It is easy to do and no one is immune to it. Cyberbullies often feel that they are uncensored and can get away with such activity. However, it is possible for an individual engaging in such activity to face charges and a criminal conviction.

Penalties for a hit-and-run accident may be severe

Auto-pedestrian accidents happen in the blink of an eye. One minute, a driver is doing his or her thing, and the next minute, a pedestrian is on the ground. The actions a driver takes in that instant will affect what happens in his or her future. Unfortunately, there are those in Colorado who choose not to stick around. Penalties for involvement in a hit-and-run accident may be quite severe.

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